There is still a minor valuation gap between Fiorentina and Juventus, when it comes to the January move for Dusan Vlahovic.
Today’s La Gazzetta dello Sport claims that the agreement with the player for personal terms has already been found and Fiorentina know about that.
Fiorentina are clear that they want €70 million for the sale and they want a direct cash deal and don’t want players included in a cash plus swap. As things stand, Juventus are happy to offer €60 million with bonuses that can make sure that the deal reaches the desired €70 million.
Juve would also like an initial loan with an obligation to buy in the deal but Fiorentina want an outright sale. By tomorrow, Juve will make a formalised offer and things will progress from there.
Fiorentina have already identified Arthur Cabral as a replacement and talks with Basel are already ongoing.